JOB TITLE: ACCOUNTANT
STATUS: FULL-TIME, EXEMPT
GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE JOB
Support the NeighborWorks® Salt Lake (NWSL) Controller in carrying out the day-to-day responsibilities of the Finance Department; assist in all areas of accounting, including A/R, A/P, payroll, reconciliations (of bank, A/R, and credit card accounts), and journal entries; take charge of loan servicing operations.
The Accountant will be relied upon to:
We are seeking an Accountant who is:
To apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and cover letter by 5 PM MST on June 14, 2019.
YouthWorks Presents “Culture Glow”
Teens in youth pre-employment & leadership development program plan event to illuminate the cultural diversity of Salt Lake City
SALT LAKE CITY, UT - Enjoy Glow in the Dark activities? Delicious food? Live performances? NeighborWorks Salt Lake’s YouthWorks crew has organized this event to illuminate the cultural diversity of Salt Lake City through fun, food, and performances. Join us Friday, May 31st from 6:30 - 8:30 PM at Sugar Space Arts Warehouse (132 S 800 W) for Culture Glow.
NeighborWorks Salt Lake is a local nonprofit organization with a mission to build on the strengths of neighborhoods, creating opportunities through housing, resident leadership, and youth and economic development. NeighborWorks works in partnership with residents, government, and businesses to build and sustain neighborhoods of choice.
YouthWorks is NeighborWorks Salt Lake’s community-based pre-employment and leadership development program for high school students ages 14-18. Participants learn life and employment skills such as budgeting, construction, public speaking, and event planning while earning a bi-weekly stipend of $200. Additionally, YouthWorks strengthens the ties that the youth have with our community through community service projects.
NeighborWorks’ current YouthWorks Spring Crew has been planning Culture Glow for the last 10 weeks. Given $1,000 and broad parameters to design an awareness or cultural event, the crew of seven teens lead by Hope Nizhoni created and organized Culture Glow.
The entrance fee is $2 and gets you into a “Glow in the Dark” room featuring glow in the dark face painting, glow in the dark bubbles, bowling, twister, and a Polaroid photo booth and access to live performances and food trucks. Food trucks will feature Comfort Bowl, The Blue Bird Stand, and Komrades. Comfort Bowl is donating a portion of its proceeds from the event back to the YouthWorks program. Live cultural performances will include dances and songs that celebrate Pacific Islander, Native American, and Central American cultures.
This event is organized by YouthWorks Salt Lake at NeighborWorks Salt Lake with support from NeighborWorks America and NeighborWorks Week as well as the Salt Lake City's Mayor's Office ACE grant fund.
YOUTHWORKS AT NEIGHBORWORKS SALT LAKE
YouthWorks is a community-based pre-employment and leadership development program for high school students ages 14-18. Participants learn life and employment skills such as budgeting, construction, public speaking, and event planning while earning a bi-weekly stipend of $200. Additionally, YouthWorks strengthens the ties that the youth have with our community through community service projects.
The YouthWorks™ Assistant will act as the aid to the Site Supervisor and YouthWorks Coordinator and will provide oversight of up to fourteen youth ages 14-18 in the construction of affordable housing and community beautification projects. The YouthWorks™ Assistant's primary responsibilities are: Technical Training, Project Management, Project Development, and Youth Mentorship. The YouthWorks™ Assistant Site Supervisor reports directly to the Site Supervisor in conjunction with the YouthWorks Coordinator.
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Summer hours are 7am-12:30pm; during the school year the hours are 1pm-6:30pm
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $13.00 to $18.00 /hour
TO APPLY: Send your resume to email@example.com by May 24.